WWE Over The Limit
No Way Out
Money in the Bank
Night of Champions
Hell in a Cell
WWE Hall of Fame
3. The Big show
4. John Cena
6. CM Punk
7. Kofi Kingston
9. Cody Rhodes
10. Randy Orton
Top superstars of the week
Awesome CM Punk Tribute Video
Triple H vs Brock Lesnar Steel Cage
Triple H narrowly avoided early retirement at the hands of Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, but if The Game thought his trouble with Lesnar would end at The Grandest Stage of Them All, he had another thing coming.
Ryback VS John Cena
John Cena persevered through a nearly 18-month title drought before reclaiming the WWE Championship at WrestleMania, but if Ryback has his way, Cena’s 11th WWE Title reign will come to a quick and unceremonious end at Extreme Rules.
Dolph vs Alberto vs Swagger
At Extreme Rules, Dolph Ziggler will defend his newly captured World Heavyweight Championship against Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger in a fast-and-furious Triple Threat Ladder Match. The Ladder Match stipulation was chosen by Del Rio, who earned the right to name the rules after Ricardo Rodriguez won a Triple Threat involving Ziggler and Swagger’s seconds, Big E Langston and Zeb Colter, respectively.
Who Cena will face on The Grandest Stage of Them All remains to be seen, but the challenge has been made.
Unfortunately for Cena, no sooner had he made his announcement than he was attacked by The Shield and left on the mat after they subjected him to the dreaded triple powerbomb. For a full report on Cena's evening
Vince McMahon had video proof that Paul Heyman was behind Brad Maddox and The Shield interfering to help CM Punk out of several jams. Heyman was brilliant trying to talk his way out of it, but video doesn't lie. But just as the boss was about to fire Heyman, Brock Lesnar hit the ring and proceeded to hit McMahon with an F5.
To channel good ole J.R, as God is my witness, he was broken in half! What is going to happen next? I don't know, but business most de